Unmoderated User Tests How and Why to Do Them

Unmoderated User Tests: How and Why to Do Them
Unmoderated User Tests: How and Why to Do Them

Many UX teams rely on remote usability testing to efficiently get design feedback from users. There are two types of remote user testing :

  • Moderated remote testing involves a researcher meeting with a participant via remote screen-sharing software, which allows the researcher to provide instructions, observe the user’s interaction with the design in real time, and ask followup questions specific to that participant’s session.
  • Unmoderated remote testing does not require a researcher to attend each test session; instead, a software application provides instructions to users, records their actions, and may ask them predetermined followup questions.

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